US state of Virginia without their permission
US state of Virginia without their permission | Dozens of women ‘sterile’ doctors appear in court in the US state of Virginia without their permission. Dozens of women arrested in the United States for sterilization without their consent have been presented to a doctor. 69-year-old Pakistani-American Dr. was produced in a federal court in the US state of Virginia yesterday. According to the FBI, they performed “unnecessary” surgeries on their patients. The FBI says that Dr. Perez while being a guinea cardiologist, lied to women about their health and harmed them. His lawyer has not yet responded to the allegations. Dr. was arrested on November 8 and since then more than 126 women have contacted her to file a complaint against her behavior. An American judge on Thursday ordered that Dr. Perez be detained before the trial begins. What are the charges?
According to the FBI warrant arrest, Dr. Perez performed unnecessary surgeries on his patients without his consent or informing them. These include surgeries such as hysterectomies, ovarian operations, dialysis, and curettage. Dr. Perez has two offices in Chaotic, Virginia, and can accommodate patients at two hospitals. According to the complaint against them, Dr. Perez operated 40% of women who had government medical insurance ‘Medicaid’ from 2014 to 2018. This is an insurance offered to low-income citizens in the United States Of these 510 patients, 42% had surgery at least twice. The FBI was first reported in September 2018 when a hospital employee heard about it from Dr. Perez’s patients. Another patient agreed to have both her ovaries removed, but Dr. Perez underwent an abdominal hysterectomy, which resulted in holes in her bladder and inserted germs into the tissue. Because of this, they had to stay in the hospital for about a week. FBI official Desire Maxwell wrote in the document, “Witnesses have alleged that Dr. Perez used to scare patients with the use of the word cancer, to convince them to undergo surgery.” Lawyer Wood Ward Jr., a lawyer for Dr. Perez, did not respond to a BBC calls Thursday asking for his response. Dr. Perez is originally from Pakistan and studied at a medical college here. He obtained his medical license from Virginia in 1980. According to the prosecution, they also have had discipline issues in the past. In 1982, he was withdrawn from a state hospital in Maryland due to ‘poor medical decisions’. According to the FBI, the Virginia Board of Madison examined her for “surgeries without proper symptoms and good medical decisions”. He confessed to tax evasion in 1996, after which his medical license was revoked for two years.